After being pulled over for allegedly driving while intoxicated in South Austin, a man danced the Texas two-step down an imaginary line during the "walk and turn" portion of his field sobriety test, an affidavit revealed.

Manuel Luna-Camacho, 51, was pulled over at around 12:30 a.m. Monday when he was seen swerving in and out of his lane along westbound Ben White Boulevard near South Congress Avenue.

The officer noted in the affidavit that Luna-Camacho was wobbling and swaying as they spoke. When asked how much he had had to drink, he allegedly told the officer he drank two 20-ounce beers a couple of hours earlier.

Things then got a little weird when the officer asked him to do the "walk and turn test." The officer said Luna-Camacho "performed what appeared to be a two-step dance down an imaginary line. After he took 25 steps on his initial approach, Luna-Camacho jumped and performed a 180-degree turn during his jump to turn around."

The man has two prior DWI convictions in Williamson County from 2004 and 2005.